Concordia’s 2020 Virtual Commencement to feature special guest speaker
Concordia University Ann Arbor’s Virtual 2020 Commencement will feature two-time national champion, Heisman Trophy winner, and current ESPN analyst Tim Tebow. The special address is made possible by a gracious sponsorship from a friend of the university.
Introducing… Hearts Together, a special magazine edition
COVID-19 has been "the great disrupter" of 2020, but in some ways, the pandemic has united our two remote campuses more than ever before.
Michigan Governor issues emergency order effective Wednesday, Nov. 18
Editors note: This message from Vice President of Administration Rev. Dr. Ryan Peterson was shared with students, faculty, and staff at Concordia University Ann Arbor as a response to the Governor's order on 11/15/2020.
Hang Here: On-campus ideas for fall break
Halfway there, Cardinals! The fall break from traditional undergraduate classes, October 15-16, marks the halfway point in the semester.
CUAA School of Nursing: Ahead of the Virtual Learning Curve
COVID-19 was certainly a pivoting point for higher education institutions across the country. But, the pandemic served as more of a catapult for a new way of learning for the School of Nursing at Concordia University Ann Arbor.
Meet CUAA’s Resident Directors (and other COVID-19 Residence Life updates)
Meet Concordia University Ann Arbor's Resident Directors!
Concordia’s Digital Angel Fund far exceeds goal
Concordians have always come together in support of one another. As we all navigate through the added challenges brought on by COVID-19, the strength and generosity of our community has never been so needed, and so appreciated.
Concordia launches 24/7 telehealth to bolster physical and mental health support
Concordia University Ann Arbor undergraduate students now have access to free, 24/7 physical, mental, and emotional healthcare.
Zimmerman Library: FAQ’s and 10 ebooks for time and stress management
Processes may be operating a little differently in the Zimmerman Library this semester, but the library staff have safe systems in place to still serve student and employee research and reading needs and requests.
Student Perspective: A COVID College Classroom Experience
Starting off the 2020-21 academic year has been a whirlwind of new information, new class formats, and a new way of living on and off campus.